Originally Posted by dunster
Making comfort quilts. Simple designs, big patches, finished one top, put it on the design wall just to get it out of the way while I cut the backing and batting. Oops!
Had to think... fix it? leave it as-is? Kids wouldn't notice the error - would they? Would DH notice? Called him in to look... asked him if he saw anything wrong... he commented on the fabrics! Too dark? No, asked him if he noticed anything wrong in "this area" - Oh, he said, I noticed that right
a week or so ago someone posted a pic of a quilt called labryinth walk. i guess i didn't save it properly. can anyone lead me to it. i think the pattern was in quilting magazine which my lqs doesn't carry. thanks, connie. one of these days i hope i'll learn to use this stupid over complicated mess of a board.
OMG I love this!!!!
Originally Posted by igorsews
My GD's 3rd b'day is soon, so I made her a table tent to fit the dining room table they have (originally it was sized for a card table). It's made from an old set of queen sized sheets. The "bushes" are raw edged applique sewn with clear thread(used FMQ).
5. Donna H-M
16. Ok Darla
19. Rose Cactus
This class is half price and teaches how to quilt on your home machine (so they say). It is on a website called "Craftsy" and it is from Quilters Club of America.
Had a great time with my partner the last time and please sign me up again.. love it
Originally Posted by Krystyna
This is the correct thread.
We have a house at the beach (Oregon) and I was able to spend most of the past week there with my husband (he is recuperating from elbow surgery).
We went to the local library and when I walked in I was surprised to see a quilt that I had made and donated to a local charity hanging on the wall. The librarian asked me to sign the label that was put on the back - so my name and the name of my longarm friend now grace the back of this quilt.
I have made a raffle quilt!!!
Just had 'Aunt Betty's Bar B Q' (sloppy joes) with coleslaw and peas. This meal is from my childhood in Cincinnati. I used 4 lbs of hamburger, so we'll have lots of leftovers. Maybe I won't have to cook at all tomorrow.
My sister and sister-in-law both work at Xavier, so I've developed a loyalty to them -- I certainly didn't have that while growing up in Cincy -- then, it was the Bearcats all the way.
I have two handwork projects to work on while watching b ball tonight.